Nancy Hoey, MEd, Licensed Professional Counselor
Certified Clinical Trauma Professional
573-644-6128 [email protected]
Areas of specialty include:
- Gottman Method Couples Therapy *
- Anxiety and
- Divorce and life-transition issues
- Adult and adolescent survivors of abuse
- Parenting and co-parenting
- Sexuality issues
- Adolescent therapy
- Trauma and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
A native of Jefferson City, Nancy returned home after living in St. Louis, Kansas City and Minnesota. She and her husband John have raised four children. On a personal note, Nancy is an avid runner and enjoys camping and hiking. She also finds great therapeutic value working in her flowerbeds and baking for her family. She believes God called her to be a counselor and finds nothing more rewarding than witnessing growth and healing in an individual or couple.
*Nancy does not accept insurance for couple's counseling due to the amount of specialized training and assessments required for the Gottman Method Couples Therapy. Rates are $120 per 60 minute session.
Diane Barnes, MSW, LCSW
Diane completed her Bachelor's and Master's degrees in Clinical Social Work at the University of Missouri - Columbia. Diane has worked in the mental health field for 27 years and served populations involving children, families, adults, couples, and individuals. Her work experience includes inpatient and outpatient settings. Diane is a social worker who helps people in a genuine and compassionate manner.
- Play therapy
- Anxiety and depression
- Families and couples
- Eating disorders
- Substance Abuse
- Life adustment issues
- Counseling for older adults
Diane was born and raised in the central Missouri area. Diane and her husband have one adult daughter and an amazing grandson. She enjoys wood-working, mosaic tiling, and playing with her active grandson.
Jacqueline R. Henry, PhD, Licensed Psychologist
Jackie received her Master's Degree and PhD from the University of North Carolina in Greensboro, NC where she and her family lived for many years after growing up in the Amish Country of Lancaster County, PA. Jackie did her internship program at Bert Nash Mental Health center in Lawrence, KS where she specialized in Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) - a therapy designed for people who need to develop highly specialized skills to manage intense emotions that often lead to problems in other areas of their lives. While at Bert Nash, she also served as the Director of Training. After coming to Mid-Missouri, Jackie practiced at Fulton State Hospital where she served as the Team Leader of the women in the maximum-securty unit who struggled with regulating emotions, behavior and had various trauma issues. Eventually Jackie came to Jefferson City and saw adults and teenagers at St. Mary's Outpatient Mental Health Clinic who suffered with a wide variety of problems. Whilei Jackie was at St. Mary's, she strengthened her work in Dialectical Behavior Therapy by completing the DBT intensive training in Seattle, WA. In addition, Jackie completed the 8-day training program in Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction with founders Jon Kabat-Zinn and Saki Santorelli, as well as the eight day training program in Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy with co-founder Zindel Segal. Jackie presents programs on grief, mindfulness, stress, and post-partum depression.
Jackie comes to Grace Counseling passionate about her DBT and mindfulness work with people who experience a variety of issues with intense emotions, impulsive behavior and managing panic and anxiety. Additionally, Jackie has a daily mindfulness practice and is a compassionate practitioner who works with people having a variety of life issues including worry, anxiety, chronic pain, grief, life transitions at any age and depression.
Groups: Dr. Henry will be offering both individual and DBT skills groups to people who manage with struggling with their emotions effectively. She will also be offering eight-week Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy groups to the community.
On a personal note, Jackie is a road warrior and enjoys going to visit her children/grandchildren in the mountains of North Carolina, Atlanta, St. Louis and the Netherlands. Along with her husband, she is an adoring grandparent to three incredible grandchildren who range in age from 1 to 5. In addition, Jackie is an ardent basketball fan and enthusiastic music lover of folk and singer-songwriter music - much of which has roots in the Western Carolina area. Jackie has a daily mindfulness practice and is a member of a weekly DBT team.